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Have you ever used motion to help students with spelling and vocabulary? A motion was created to go along with every letter in the alphabet. The motions will help children memorize spelling or vocabulary. Get the free PDF and video on how to use the alphabet. This product is great for parents, teachers, and occupational therapists.
Join Cheri the 4th Saturday of each month for a FREE workshop. The workshop includes journal articles, current trends or hot topics, interviews with key Pediatric Occupational Therapy professionals or school administrators or teachers. This workshop is designed for teachers and occupational therapists. Parents with a working knowledge of dysgraphia can benefit.
Defeat the frustration of handwriting avoidance and feelings of defeat. Build confidence and competence in your understanding of dysgraphia. Be the dysgraphia authority in your school. Transform dysgraphia awareness and reform literacy! The book was written for teachers and parents to comprehend. Occupational therapists like it to share with clients.
Go even deeper by becoming a K-5 dysgraphia specialist today! This course is designed for regular education and learning support classrooms. Professional development contact hours issued at the completion of the course for occupational therapists and school professionals. This course is not recommended for parents.
The foundation of dysgraphia is the ability to process information. To begin processing information, a person must be able to interpret visual-spatial information and respond in written form. Let’s decode dys-graph-ia together. There is an option to receive a contact hour of continuing education. This course is great for parents, teachers, and occupational therapists.
Many people misrepresent dysgraphia as dyslexia. Dyslexia is sensory, reading. Dysgraphia is motor, writing. The components are explained plus the symptoms of dysgraphia are summarized in these PDFs. This handout is great for anyone sharing dysgraphia information with other school professionals or parents.
As OTs have been forced to become virtual therapists, this course was designed to help guide how therapists set up their virtual classroom, provides strategies to empower parent and student participation, model standards and stay compliant with virtual regulations. Receive continuing education credits upon completion of the course.
Are you a parent asking a question about your child? Maybe you’re a school professional needing clarification about an issue surrounding dysgraphia. Or even a school district looking to have Cheri speak at your school. Then this is the easiest way to get Cheri on a Zoom or phone call. Schedule your consultation today.
Information processing is an individual’s ability to learn and retain new information; that is, decode, interpret, and respond with efficiently and coded written words.
Cheri Dotterer, Handwriting Brain-Body DisConnect